Miami MoCAAD presents Afro Latin X #CreativeConversation Arte, Historia, Cultura-(Art, History + Culture) on November 28, 2021
Miami MoCAAD’s spirited, creative conversation, which kicks off Art Miami Week, will explore drivers of Afro-Latinx arts and culture that have often been in the shadows or the margins. This community dialogue celebrates Afro-Latino diasporic culture and contributions to the arts landscape and uncovers hidden histories of the Americas that influenced identities and creative expression. Miami MoCAAD’s Kickoff to Art Miami Week: Arte, Historia, Cultura / Art, History, Culture #Creative Conversation Celebrating Afro-Latinx Heritage will take place virtually on November 28, 2021, from 4 pm-5:30 pm.
Registration is free at
The presence of Afro-Latinx art and art-making practices rarely takes center stage in mainstream art exhibits. Miami MoCAAD #creativecomversation focuses on the rich, diverse culture encompassed in Latinx heritage and culture.
“This is a great program series that MoCAAD has developed. I am happy to be a part of it. I think it is important to affirm the prismatic nature of blackness, the individuality of artists and their practices; and what better way to do that than to connect with artists in conversations that focus on the work their work does in the world,” states Erica Moiah James, Ph. D-Assistant -Professor-Department of Art and Art History -University of Miami.
The distinguished panel includes:
Kandy Lopez, MFA-Artist, Educator
Patricia Encarnación, MFA-Artist
Orlando Addison, Afro-Latinx author and advocate
Moderated by: Erica Moiah James, Ph.D. -Curator, Art Historian, Educator
Closing: Marilyn Holifield-Partner Holland +Knight and co-founder Miami MoCAAD
The Miami Museum of Contemporary Art of the African Diaspora (Miami MoCAAD) is a preeminent contemporary fine art museum in planning in Greater Miami dedicated to the art and artists of Africa, the Global African Diaspora. Miami MoCAAD will discover, commission, collect and preserve the most advanced contemporary artists of the Global African Diaspora and exhibit this art at the highest level both at home and abroad.
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